• Definition for "cark"
    • To burden or perhaps strained with difficulty; stress.
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cark definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To burden or perhaps strained with difficulty; stress.
    • To vex; to stress; to help make by nervous treatment or stress.
  • noun:
    • A worry; a trouble: carks and cares.
    • A noxious or corroding stress.
    • their state of being full of stress.
    • A noxious or corroding treatment; solicitude; stress.
    • a lot; an encumbrance; a weight; particularly, a classic measure of fat for wool, equal to the thirtieth part of a sarplar.
    • an encumbrance of treatment; circumstances of nervous solicitude; attention; concern; difficulty; stress.
  • verb:
    • is filled with stress, solicitude, or problems.
    • To bring stress, vexation, or anxiety.
    • Eye dialect spelling of caulk.
    • disturb in your mind or make uneasy or cause to be worried or alarmed
  • verb-intransitive:
    • becoming mindful, anxious, solicitous, or troubled at heart; to stress or grieve.
  • others:
    • To weight; burden; load or oppress with grief, anxiety, or treatment; stress; perplex; vex.
    • to create to be by care or anxiety; make by carking.
    • become packed with attention, anxious, solicitous, or concerned.
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